The Life of William Shakespeare pt. 2
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By 1592, it was clear that Shakespeare was a developed actor and play writer and by 1597, had published 15 out of the 37 plays he had written. Two years after, he and his business partners had built two of their own theaters called the Globe, and Blackfriars Theater.
Many of Shakespeare's writings varied from romantic, to historical, to comedies. These genres included Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, Midsummer Night's Dream, and The Comedy of Errors.
O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?
William died in the year of 1616, and gave a big bulk of his belongings to his eldest daughter Susanna, and the "second-best bed" to his wife Anne Hathway.
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